This first is one of my all time favorites 'Primal Scream' . It is a rather larger flower and right now the plant is just covered with blooms.
Next is 'Open Hearth', an oldie with a rather flat form.
'Old Tangiers' is a lovely deep orange. It always reminds me of a gorgeous sunset.
'Chinese New Year' is very similar, but leans more to the red side.
'Aztec Firebird' is a spidery/unusual form bi-color with red petals and yellow sepals. It has been a fast increaser and dependable bloomer in the 3 years it has been in the garden.
'All American Chief' is definitely red. No shades of anything else. Just red. And that's a good thing!
'Mauna Loa' has always been one of my favorites. We have clumps in several different places in the yard, and every year without exception, the first bloom on each clump will open on the same day. Odd.
'Dragon Wings' is another red. You can't really see it on the photo, but this one is really velvety looking in person. This one is a bit slower to increase, but lovely none the less.
Last for today is 'Christmas Ribbon'. This one has formed a large clump, but I have had trouble with the blooms being a bit splotchy. This year with all of the moisture and heat it is just wonderful. In addition to being very red, it is also a very large bloom, probably 10 inches across. You can pick it out from across the yard.
Not sure just what I'm going to write about next, but I'm taking pictures every day, so I'm sure something will strike my fancy tomorrow morning.